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I have Pioneer Amplifier with Phono Inputs. Also I have an Akai stereo Equalizer. I want to connect my Turntable to the pioneer amplifier through Akai stereo Equalizer to have a better sound quality. Is it Possible?. Please let me know about it. with regards, Kantech.

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Hook the turntable "directly" up to the "phono" inputs. if it sounds normal this way, and not loud and distorted, then you have to plug the turntable up that way, directly to the reciever's phono input.

you can hook the eq up through the "tape in/out" jacks.

take the tape record out jacks, and hook them up to the input of the eq, and take the tape play input jacks and hook them up to the output of the eq. then, to use toe eq, select whatever input you want eq'ed, while also selecting "tape monitor"

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